Juri Troy Architects

Schottenfeldgasse 72/2/12 A - 1070 Vienna

1972 born in Bregenz (A)

Stonemason and engineering education in Vorarlberg
Technical University of Innsbruck
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Diploma “re-entering expo” in Sevilla

2003

Office founding in Vienna
Project-related partnership with Matthias Hein in Bregenz (HEIN-TROY Architects)

2011

juri troy architects Vienna and Bregenz
Board member of the Professional Association of Artists in Vorarlberg
Board member of the Austrian Association for Architecture – ÖGFA
Member of the Art Commission of Vorarlberg

2020

Professorship for climate-friendly and resource-efficient architecture at the HFT Stuttgart
Member of the Vorarlberg Holzbaukunst
Member of the Architects Assosiation Vorarlberg
Member of the Austrian Chamber of Architects

ARTICLES

House nestled on a steep slope. Breathtaking views of the Austrian landscape

House nestled on a steep slope. Breathtaking views of the Austrian landscape

The "House N" project, based in St. Gerold, an Austrian municipality in the district of Bludenz, Vorarlberg, was designed by architect Juri Troy and the result is a house that sits on a steep slope and enjoys an extraordinary view

House 1+1+1=1. Heights, light and wood design the house

House 1+1+1=1. Heights, light and wood design the house

A detached house, House 1+1+1=1, in the northern Rhine valley on the outskirts of Lauterach Three volumes form a complex structure that moves the interior space with different heights while allowing light to enter from different points

Kindergarten built with solid wood. Single-storey building in a heterogeneous environment

Kindergarten built with solid wood. Single-storey building in a heterogeneous environment

The architectural studio Jury Troy Architects has built a kindergarten in Austria with a structure made of local spruce wood and an energy concept based on the passive house standard

Wooden house in a small Austrian municipality

Wooden house in a small Austrian municipality. Openings oriented towards the alpine panorama

On a small property located on a hill near Dornbirn, a small Austrian municipality, Juri Troy Architects designs a building oriented towards the three main viewpoints: the Säntis, the Bondensee and the Primo

Wooden house with compact design

House under the oaks. Massive wooden elements for a rigid and compact design

The house, located in the Austrian municipality of Eichgraben on the outskirts of Vienna was designed by Juri Troy Architects, who used massive wooden elements to create a linear and compact architecture

L-House in Purkersdorf. Spruce slats cover the building and frame the landscape

The design of this villa near Vienna pays great attention to the sustainability of the systems and materials, using the most sustainable material par excellence which is wood. The result is a warm, welcoming space which frames the surrounding landscape from the inside